Perhaps 2 percent of workers’ comp claims are fraudulent while employers have short-changed the program by $3.3 million since ‘95.
This week, WyoFile reporter Dustin Bleizeffer visits with Cassandra Lee at KHOL 89.1 about his examination of Wyoming's workers' compensation program.
Too many Wyoming lawmakers don't welcome change, and absolutely abhor fresh ideas about how things should be run.
Thirty-one workers died on the job in Wyoming in 2012, slightly fewer than the average over a decade that made Wyoming one of the deadliest places to work in America.
Accidents have plagued Wyoming coal mines since territorial times, when mines lacked many of the safety features required in today’s mines.